Hotel “Mary” is located on the shores of 1 bar, 40 m away from the sea. Here you set the modern, comfortable 21 guest rooms overlooking the sea and the forest.
Each room includes: bathroom – toilet, cable TV, balcony.
The hotel is located on the first floor dining room where meals will be served by multiple of 3. And the numbers are 2, 3 and 4 floors.
Also, the hotel area, during the whole season in which you can store all first aid products.
40 Guests 1 Gel with meals.
* Children under 10 years of negotiations on the basis of a significant discount.
Hotel Ambasadori is a 4 star stylish luxury hotel, with a privileged location in Tbilisi “s historic center. Every conceivable amenities like museums, galleries, major theatres, shopping areas and cultural sights are close at hand or within walking distance.
With its superb location, excellent facilities and friendly staff Ambasadori hotel has become the ideal choice for all visitors to the city of Tbilisi.
Discover our 40 elegant guestrooms including 4 extravagant Suites, Superior double king rooms, double twin and single rooms to ensure your utmost comfort. All rooms are individually designed and offer tasteful furnishings, excellent bedding and modern amenities. Internet access, satellite television, mini bar are at your service. Moreover, the well-appointed bathrooms are equipped with all modern conveniences. Most of the guestrooms offer a romantic balcony and a view over the city.
Ibis Tokyo Shinjuku opened in the famous Shinjuku area heralding the arrival of Accor’s economy hotel brand to Japan. Located only three minutes away from the world’s busiest train station, this hotel appeals to all travellers looking for an economy hotel with all the major services at the best market value.
The Ibis Tokyo Shinjuku is a rebranded hotel with 206 guest rooms. Extensive refurbishment will begin over the following months. Upon completion, the hotel will become a key addition to the Ibis network, accumulating the numbers to almost 100 hotels and over 17,340 rooms in the Asia Pacific region.
Shinjuku is a major commercial and administrative centre of Tokyo and one of the 23 special wards in the Capital. With over 3.5 million passengers passing through, the Shinjuku train station is the busiest one in the world. The hotel is 1.5 hours away by train from Tokyo’s Narita International Airport and 45 minutes away by train from Tokyo Haneda International Airport.
St. Regis Hotels & Resorts, part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc, has announced the highly anticipated opening of The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort on January 19, 2012. USD 1 billion will reportedly be invested in the construction of the hotel.
As one of the nation’s most impressive oceanfront developments, The St Regis Bal Harbour will offer guests a new dimension of bespoke luxury with the resort’s 214 elegant, ocean view rooms and suites and 307 residences in three all-glass towers rising 27 stories above an expansive stretch of beach. The magnificent resort will offer signature St. Regis Butler Service, a sprawling Remede Spa.
The resort will be Wi-Fi accessible and guests will enjoy state-of-the-art hotel technology, such as programmed keycards that automatically whisk guests up to their guestroom floor.
The hotel will cost $650 a night.
Bed & breakfasts are becoming more and more popular among business travellers. For example by offering guests rooms in combination with a meeting space, bedandbreakfast.eu reports.
The bed & breakfasts that offer business facilities are often found in the higher segment. The guest rooms are luxury furnished with private sanitary and – not to forget- free internet. It is not uncommon that the meeting space is completely equipped with HD-beamer and flip-over.
Nowadays, privacy is the standard: the vast majority of the B&B’s offer their guests a shower (81%) and toilet (88%) for private use.
Internet is available for the guests in 78% of the B&B’s. Guests seldom have to pay for their internet use.
Bed & breakfasts are often easy to reach. Whether you are looking for a place to stay in town or prefer the outdoors, there is always a bed & breakfast nearby (on
Bedandbreakfast.eu, there are now over 50.000 B&B’s).
In general, a B&B has more favourable rates than a hotel. The average price of an overnight stay in a bed & breakfast in Europe is € 74, – including breakfast.
Bed & breakfast is a sustainable form of stay accommodation. Companies find CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) ever more important and bed & breakfast suits perfectly to that.
The hotel has a total of 6 rooms:
4 Standard rooms for 2-3 persons
It also has a number of 2-4 persons
And a new number – Suites, located in another building
Continuous hot and cold water,
Luxury – a hot tub.
Arrival – departure, breakfast.
Bazaleti Palace Hotel opened in the beginning of 2009. It is a four star hotel and is considered to a category – business class. It is situated in one of the oldest districts of Tbilisi- Ortachala
Bazaleti Palace Hotel is two storied building, with featured, well organized and comfortable 63 Single, King Size and Double rooms. Approximate dwelling –space is 20-25 square meter. Each hotel number contains the following:
Bed (beds) and cupboards
writing table and chairs
chest of drawers and warderobes
furniture of sitting room
bath-shower and toilet
TV set with satellite channels
Besides well organized and comfortable rooms Bazaleti Palace Hotel offers you:
Room service throughout 24 hours;
Business centre equipped with proper technologies;
Four conference halls with different spaces;
Georgian and Europian cuisine restaurants;
First aid medical room;
Auto transport service;
Protection and reception throughout 24 hours;
Laundry, dry cleaning service.
1) Big conference hall (100 people)
2) Middle conference hall (50 people)
3)Meeting room (20 people)
4)Microphone, pen, paper, mineral water and blackboard
5)Additional equipments: screen, projector, printer, xerox and scanner
6)Coffee rest: standard and welcome
Single Rooms————- 120$
Double Room (suit) ——180$
Price includes Breakfest
Disney Cruise Line has introduced some new, exciting itineraries for 2013. For the first time ever, there will be sailings from Miami, and the European cruise offerings have been greatly expanded.
“Beginning June 1, 2013, the Disney Magic returns to Europe with plenty of new twists to the Mediterranean itineraries, including a four-night option and special 12-night sailings in addition to seven-night itineraries that treat guests to the best of Europe during the three-month season,” – Disney Cruise Line says in the statement.
The new 12-night sailings visit destinations such as Venice, Italy, and Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast on one itinerary and Ephesus, Turkey and the Greek Isles including Athens, on another. Each itinerary will offer a sailing departing in June and another departing in July.
All itineraries depart from Barcelona, Spain, as the Disney Magic takes guests on an exciting journey of richly diverse cities, cultures and people. With romantic boulevards, bustling bazaars, iconic locations, mild climates, sun-drenched islands and the brilliant blue Mediterranean Sea, guests will enjoy a world-class family vacation with legendary Disney guest service.
Rates start at $796 per person for four-night cruises, $1,015 per person for seven-night cruises and $2,244 for 12-night cruises departing from Barcelona for a standard inside stateroom, based on double occupancy.
Hyatt Capital Gate Abu Dhabi – located at the city’s premium business address on the top floors of the iconic Capital Gate building, which leans a record-breaking 18 degrees.
The hotel is strategically located adjacent to the thriving Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, within walking distance of the upmarket Embassy District and only 15 minutes from the international airport.
Occupying floors 18 to 33 of the Capital Gate building, Hyatt Capital Gate Abu Dhabi offers 189 luxury guestrooms and suites featuring floor-to-ceiling glass windows that offer sweeping, bird’s eye views of the Arabian Gulf and the city.
“Hyatt Capital Gate Abu Dhabi is unique in its forward-thinking design and well-crafted hospitality approach,” said Peter Fulton, Managing Director, Hyatt International, South West Asia. “The hotel was designed to cater to the individual traveler seeking indigenous experiences and the property offers many thoughtful features that executive travelers value today.”
The Public Council of Armenia is planning to build a ‘Noah’s Ark’ in the “Park of Victory” in Yerevan. It will reportedly be constructed in accordance with the description of Biblical Noah’s Ark. The object will be built on the territory which is located in a high place from which the view of Yerevan and the Mount Ararat are seen.
The Armenian authorities say the original project aims to encourage tourism development in the country.